The INSTALL Promise for Specifiers
Because specifiers ensure that the proper products and systems are selected for your projects, the INSTALL Promise applies directly to you.
INSTALL: delivering work we can all take pride in. We maintain reliable standards to eliminate the possibility of faulty floor installation.
INSTALL trains skilled installers through an intensive and comprehensive training and apprenticeship program, followed by certifications and career-long training. Because we have the backing of the entire flooring industry, you’ll know that your project is in very good hands with INSTALL professionals.
The Benefits of Specifying INSTALL
By specifying that all installation be completed by INSTALL Warranty Contractors and INSTALL certified floorcovering professionals, you ensure that the flooring on your project will perform to its full potential and live up to the expectations of the owner.
A growing number of specifiers are adding INSTALL standards in their specs. Requiring INSTALL standards means that the contractor is reliable with a proven track record and the installers on your project will be highly trained and carefully tested to perform the work you need.
Educational Opportunities with INSTALL
INSTALL is a certified continuing education provider to several organizations.
Our educational content has been developed by veteran floorcovering instructors with an average of 20 years of experience. Continuing education content is created based on the input of technical and educational representatives from INSTALL industry partners.
For more information about INSTALL’s continuing education programs, and to find out how to receive any of these courses, contact us online.
Continuing Education Programs
- Carpet History
- Best Practices in Flooring in Occupied Healthcare Facilities
- LEED and Flooring
- Flooring Awareness
- Flooring Maintenance
- Hardwood Floor Prep
- Hardwood Flooring Overview
- Substrate Prep
- Sport Turf
- Vinyl and Resilients
- What to Know About Green Flooring
- Why Floors Fail (a look at moisture and alkalinity problems in substrates)